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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 sem1895102901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. & 1 emiWeekly Interi STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1895. Journal. s id 4 NO. 69 VOL. XXIII. TO THE VOTERS Of Lincoln County. "Where the Money Mas Gone." And Where it in GoIn: Rapidly Now. Comparisons Which will bo Odorous to Republicans. Tho nrtlclf rocontlr aJilruffwl to you anil to which Jiu!k 1)ivIbuii lid ireiieil a lengthy rutiponaa lu the nhnpo of b rou lunation, was not, an ho would hnvo you believu, n pereonal cnrd from me, but the production of the democratic cAtupwiK" , committee of which I am simply a mem-beron tho face of which fact waa shown tho article, though it wna aluml by mo as chairman of tho commlttoo, nu la cueto urnry, and It met with my hearty np proval. Mr. Daviflon's reaponso fulls to card committee's 'Tho respond. bIiow that tho avorsfjo un- undertook to nual oxpensea for county purposes for tho past live yeara has been Tll,2ol and in obtaining that nvomjro tho ordinary expeueoa for lbOl wore placed at f 13,1) 10. SO. o Tho greater portion of tho Julian's is devoted to proposition that tho and s expensed of '01 were f prior to that year to citation ol xpeii heonlysaye "A loBtatsuwntii of Mr. Cooper prior to 1HIM thoy arti not worthy of conaldoratlon or denial, they Hre not cUlcial, not attested and do not slate Items, and if thoy did, expense of u.tuh year will uatumlly vary." Hero la a equarododeof tho comtiiittee'it prupo-aitloa Tho books from which theae wuro taken are public recorda, sub ject to every citiftnn inspection, mid the iido'e cardshowH tint he hut inn inspecting thorn an far buck as 18S3, aud he kuowa thoy ure corritot. Ho went buck fartmough to oount up thv bonded debt, but failed to explain for what it wuacrun-ted- . As ho la determined to ooniiie to a oompArison of tu yern i)J and 'J3 and construe tho commitlee'n a Idles into a personal card, I will aceept his challenge. After publiahiii a Itot ol All tho money paid out in 'Ul, he mlmit that tho bulk of it has no benriui; on the question of "ordinary couuty oxpoims" by olimluatinK all other items from it and publishing a second table, pldciuir 07. Tiio amount the expenses at iu the addreos of tho committee was paced at f 12.010 80, which wai taken from tho euerilTa books as certified to bltn. Boino additional Amounts are taken from treasurer's report and added by tho ju Jro, making the diirerence. No exam Inationof treasurer's report was made by committee bectuso tho "ordinary expen ass" had always btjefi certilied to shorlir for payment and treasurer's report for present year Is not yet duo and has not bsen filed. A critical examination of the Items will show that tlnrea of the committee were nearly correct Bftor add Inn tho items from treasurr'M repirU Although Judge Davison's court required the publlcmon of overy cant p.ld out in 1SJI, yet the publication of OjI. 15, ltU5, containing operations of new court only onibructw llienl imrt allowances, nothing being said about county julgVri orders, interest on bonds, Ac. Forth purpose of cJiiiparisou I leproduee Judge I)vl-6oaHtrttemint of 1901 expenses ami 'l the pubUcitton of 1805 expenses Hems of a similar nature lu latter using also luriipwl. Kxpensea of 1S04: W.0I0 20 Merchant claltna nr-tid- " 1 "' tic-nre- im-ae- lf ' . clpal roads cansiug tho increase were summoned before tho court and explain ,ed that their ronds had been almost ruiu- en oy neglect and other causes and for that reaon they had been compelled to do almost 10 tiuicfl the usual amount o' work on them, but, that thev wero re paired to Hiich an extent that they would need but little work for Heveral years. So far tho prediction has proven true. In oxpetiBe column of lMUyou olMrvU the eoat of inngistrattM for nttending flsoil cuurt is fJltt Tnere were 1(J which makes the average 15.37 In ".15 cost of magistrates is f 1UJ. J'tiere wore only (our then which in iRM the average f 25.50. For a fair compariM)n they should bo charged pyrlieml Htid the '01 column sliould receive credit by 12 times 115.37 iliflerenco in ihuiiIit of magistrates which is i IS3 4 1. The insurance on public buildings expirttd iu ltillj mid the policies were renewed for llvo years by means of which the county got two year8 free. No more insurance will bo needed during preeunt term. Tho premiums On tho insurance were :W0, but the year 1801 should not be c'nrgod with morB of same and should be than credited by or f2UJ 80. In the items of salaries for l.sui isW'ludtfd &00 to clerk of fiscal court. Tnere was no law for this allowance prior to long term of Leglsla lure by which tho clerk was allowed an annual ualary to be fixed by fiscal court On account of the delay iu getting copies of the laws, the clerk served two ywuB before tho existence ol the law as known when the Biliary was fixed at$?00 and ho was alo allowed the salary for the years already nerved. Of this amount flOO should therefore be changed to years prior to 1801 and it will recieve credit by that amount Oiio of the banks hadlOOOnf merchandise claims allowed in 1MW), but refuted to pay iu tax ft olaiintHl a contract w ith the State which rellevisl it from county taxation. The claim waa therefore hold over and pid in '01, though Hllowed In '03. Tlicho items aggregate f I. jl and deducted 1,413.07, the expeiifteeof the year, from leave tho ral expanses of that year J12,-- 1 lutts than given hy the com031 73; mit tee. 'i lie year ISUo, aa abovu htat'd, getfl the beiullt of the insurance and shoukj iu justice be charged with thereof $73.20. In the salaries of '91 is included tho salary of t'JOO to county tretuturur. The salary of that olllcer for ISO.', ha: not yet been paid aud will likely be the same amount. There should also be added to 1805, 1101 2b allowed to jailer for services from October '01 to June b, 1805, when present olllcer qualified. These ite.ns added to amount certified by clerk make expenses of 1805, 13,073 59 or 5711.70 more than real expenses of lbUl. Another thing that operated to benefit of 1805 without the court's cause was the jailer's claim. Hid feea are fixed by law ami can not bo controlled by tho courts, and are dependent entirely on number o. prisoners in jail. In 1S01 this bill waa $1,221, while in 1S05 it waH only 1021 50 plus $101 25, aggregating 725.75, and so with election o There is a diiTerenue of $51.30 iu faVor of '05 without cause of the court. oue-tift- h 4-- 5 be-ca2--1 j nine months and salary of county treasurer-Intact every item in tho '01 statement, except turnpiko appropriation, will be added to exponso of '05. The deficit of which lie has said so much in public, and intimated so much iu private, and which when given its proper credit is not eo much after all, and is merely tho result of a miscalculation. The appropriation of $2,730 waa mado to Ivlnvsvillo turnpike in 1803 to be paid out of '01 aud there waa also the extraordinary mid unexpected increase in road claims, not known when levy wna mode. The turnpike div.demU and railroad tax foil far abort of what waa ex pected and for that reason the rate o taxation adopt, ISi cents on the SI00 fulled to pay out iu full. Had tho court adopted the rate of tho present court, 231 cents on the $100, there would have been n surplus instead of a deficit. The rato of ad valorem taxation under present adinlniatration ia higher than it has been in yeara and I don't think it was ever hb high. I give it from 18S7 to preB-otime. From the years 1887 to 1801 iuclusive, the rate was 20 cents on the $100 worth of property; in 1802 it was 221, '91. 2ii, '91. 18, a(ll in lb03 23ii Prior to '03, tho claims had been allowed one year to be paid out of levy of next, and in '03 the court determined to getou a cash basis and not have tho county's creditors wait a year, Bnd for that reason the levy was put at 24J. which paid nearly all the claim"! for two yeara of '02 and 'O.J -- iu other words waa a double levy. ut credit by this amount as this court will not have these payments to make. TUB NKflllO O.CE8TIO.V, No matter how slightly alluded to, eeema to throw our republican friends into fits; g ts & For MONEY LOVING PEOPLE. your Prescriptions filled at Craig Pure Drugs and Chemicals only us- 's -- Feo billH ... - f"0 IK) Salaries Pauper colllns 3,.:!. 7000 StWOO 19 50 037.10 152 20 "5 00 4'-5 Insurance I'auper medical bills. Poor-hous- e bill Kloctlon ofliccrs - Kentattpt. otllce Printing Koad claims Miscellaneous Jailer'a claim VfluUtratoa 3,053.23 270.80 1,221.00 210.00 fU.-U3.0- List of oxpeososof 1S93hi certified by clerk and published iu the Intkrioh Jouunau Oct. Pauper codinB Printing Coal 15, 1S03: Merchant claimo n Election olllcera Miscellaneous Jailor Pauper tned. practice Fee bills (With Attorney keeper Poor-houso 14,130 51 00.50 21.25 30 70 101.20 207.00 221,5 703 50 BS0 " - Magistrate!! FireVluRU Road clafuiB 125.00 440.30 102.00 1C0.03 3,208 08 1891 quite a number of accumulated, and tho road claims, things i .tnnhlfid. Before paying them, prin-- , however, tho ovoraeera of the three Total In the year they built turnpikes and have turnpiko stock. Yes they Have turnpiko Mode of tho roads lately bullt-n- ot worth scarcely tlie paper on w inuii mey nre writteji. Tney too tne people's money to build the roatis and ctiarge tuein toll for no. IngUieirown roads, and tax them to pay intereat on ttiwkj bonds." U the judge iu favor of building as well as traveling turnpikea free? Under present syatem how could turnptkwj bo kept iu ropair without tollh? Aud who would buy a boud that paid no interest, and how can interest be collected except by.' tax? If all turnpikea wero abolished whoso stock is below par, how many would be left? If the judge intends to intimate that there is anything wrong in connection with theseturnpikes.I know nothing of it. lueaencasea bond was required that they should he built np to certain and in each cuae three members of the court reported that they were bo built. If they have reported falsely 1 hopo the judge will report them by name. iionds. It ia true that trie county baa a bonded debt of $20,000, which amount bus been expended iu turnpikea for tho bouefit of lla citixana. In fact the sinning (?) ou that score is greater than the judge has told for, since 18S7 the county has appropriated the tallowing sums to turnpikea: TIIEDKFICIT. It is interesting to compare tho follow- Kingsvillo A Pleasaut Point 2 miles $2.75000 ing copy from ttie records of the county Stanford A Goshen 6J miles 7,025 00 onrt, which is girun authenticity by I) ivisou's signature, with his pub. Stanford A Otteuhelm 5 miles... 7,500 00 JuJgo Highlands Waynwburg 9 " 11.875.C0 halted statement, lu the latter ho estimates that there waa a deficit of $5,171.52 rurnersvule k AlcCoruiucst 4J mlU'S 4,500 00 left on Ins haudi by the preceding adStanford & Logan'a Oteek 2,000.00 ministration. The copy given below is Carpenters A Morelaud Station 2,000 00 tho preamble to order directing the bond sU entered 12th day of February, 1805, Total $37,030.00 and iu Order Hook pago 03 and is ihue: It will thus be seen that within the "It appearing that tiio preseat indebttime named the court under democratic edness against Liuc.dn county ia $1,005 37,050 or 5o all of which was created during tho rule has spent on turnpikes of 1801, tho items of which are the $8,050 more than umouut represented by year appropriation to Pleasant Point aud the bonded debt, which extra amount Kiugsvlllo Turnpike $2,750; over draft on has been paid out of the levy from year county treasury $201; unpaid interest to year at low rates named in addition to due Jan. 1, 1S01, on bjuds $00; due city payiug ordinary county expenses, and of Stanford for water plug uuder exist- the aggregate of those expenses since ing contract $100; deficit in claims allow-o- J the above named date should receive credit by the Bum of $S,050. The com$158.00; unpaid warrant to county superintendent for salary $225; Halariea of mittee in its card overlooked thia fact and county judge and county superintendent therefore made tho average too high. Tho building of theae turnpikes enabduo to July 1, 1S95, ($S50) balance due pauper idiota $100 (estimated); nine locks led tho people of and iu the vicinity of for jail $18, estimated current expenses Goshen, Waynesburg, Kingsvillo, Otten-hoi&c, to have the benefit of these $500." From this order it will be seen that the luxuries in traveling as well us their now court iu estimating tho debt in which more favored neighbor. Their properthe bouda wore to issue counta as a defi- ty by taxation had helped to build the cit of 1S01, one half of the salaries of remaining about 150 miles of turnpike in judge and superintendent for 1S95 and the county, and it ia but just that they also current expenses of 1805, when should have similar benefits. Tho buildtheae salaries had not then been earned ing of good turnpikes has been tho poll aud no expenses incurred aud when cy of the county from the beginning and earned the total of $1,350 ehould bo it has spent thousands of dollars in that charged to '05 instead of '01. I can't "( way, The judge though seems to think the judge'a idea for publishing the 1894 that dirt roads are good enough for tho financial statement allowing appropria- people of tho sections named. IDIOTS. tion 1S94 to be $20,010.20, unlesa it waa There was auother charge on tbo court to mislead or frighten tho unwary bo cause ho immediately strips tho state- prior to time tho prevent members wero ment ol all expenditures, except those installed and which waa before thattiino for ordinary county purposes. No auch repealed. Iu May 1890 tho Legislature statemont waa published in 1895, aa compelled counties to pay $20 per head shown by above quotation, nor doea the for their pauper idota. This law waa iu judge explain iu hia card that to oxpon-ae- a force threo yeara, and under it Lincoln of 1S95 must be added $1,4 10; interest county .paid from f 1,200 to $1,500 the exon bonds; aberiil'a commission on coun- act amount I hnvo not now before mo. ty levy at loaat $S03.83 (aa in '04) and the For a fair comparison of expenditures amount of hia orders for 12 instead of tbo former administration ehould receiye 1 five-year Tt'HM'IKSa I don't undMrstund what Judira Davi son intends to ay about turnpikes and will therefore quote Ids language and let you judge for yourlve6: "Look and consider well before you put back into poa-o- r thea iwopie that run your county $27,500 iu debt iu sevan yours nuil buy 5 but the people should remember that thoy hnvo in this social question ouo of more vital importance to them than anyone) ol economics. If the State goeH republican, the enactment of the New York law negro equility -- will bo demanded. The New South, their organ, in abusing Mr. Bradley because ho wout admit that he is for it. If Mr. King should he in the legislature with such a bill before it, isn't it reasonable to be- lievottiAt ho would support it aa he has voted for n negro for a State office? If auch a bill ehould come before Mr. Hrad-leas governor, fur approval, could ho consistently veto it when he has voted for a negro over a gallant Union soldier? Mr. North's democracy need give Judge Davison no concern. It is perfectly satisfactory to his party. And he should remember that his man has nlpo voted (or a democrat aa well as a negro. Too only objection urged against Mr. and Burch is that his father, a n actlvo domocrat, Iibb been given a in tho re'venue servico. This will buidly disqualify his son for the position of Ftiporintendunt, u place he ia so well qualified to fill. Now, my fellow democrats, overy state ment herein made is based upon recitals of the public records, mid I trust that you will not be led astray bv urft.unded charges of corruption brought ngninet your officials, cruinty or State, when you remember that iu many cases these charges nre made by irresponsible persons and in nearly all cases bv those who refuse to meet and divide time with democratic speakers because they know their false statements will bo refuted. Don't be diverted from tho iesne by llinga at me (for which I do not care) hecautte I am trying to perform the duties of a po tion that was given to me unsolicited. The republican party is thoroughly and at work, night and day, de termined at all hz irds and by nny mcam to defeat our nominees. If you all do your duty on the 5th of November, this calamity will not Imp Geo. It. Cooper pn. lifo-lon- It s i 0 Mocker's. ed. Accuracy, Promptness and CTn 13 LO'W" 9" PRtOES ! i I I Guaranteed. A full Hue of Drujjfjtsts' Sundries always in stock. g FOR SALE g poal-tio- In order to settle the estate of A. R. Penny, deceased, the entire stock of Drugs, Hooks, Stationery and Jewelry is offered for sale privately. This store has been run continuously and successfully for about 30 years and is now doing a good business. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a well established business. Also the residence on the West side of Lancaster St. For particulars apply to two-story G. L. PENNY, Tip fiWliM! WIippIpt1 War to the Knife. Exor. Stanford, Ky. FiMfiiiffl rices Lower Than The . Lowest. rV for we have 3d Your money never woold buy as much as at present, reached the Climax of Low Priees. iTe have but one desire, that is to show you goods Jkd Rock Prices. and quote you opeci-ficBtio- I Ik-er- Minstkkdj. Tho very best minstrel company that has ever been in Nashville not only this season, but in years, ia the justly famous Be ich L Uow era' miustrele, which opened at the Grand Opera House When you arise some morning and find the sun rising in the West, last night. It is the very best because it that will be the day when Charles Wheeler will be undersbld and not Headquarters for is novel and striking in almoat every par- till then. ticular, and unlike any minstrel show that has come this way. It is away up aud beyond such hackneyed shows as Clothing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishings. Drew, Selby & Co's the Wilson's and the Thatcher's, nod the Shoes. Sole agents for Royal Tailunnumbered train of imitators that an- Ladies', Misses' and Children's ors, of Chicago. Others may lead but you will never find us distancnually troop aud tramp this way. Tho See? Highest market price for proprogramme presented last night was full ed more than a throat lacth. CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. duce. of brightness, freshness and mioptrel originality. Thero was fun from start to finish. Tonight Beach it Bowers will repeat their victory. Tomorrow's matinee and tomorrow night's entertainment Nashville Banckwa the engagement. ner. At Walton's Opera House, Nov. 1. Temple of Economy. Ladies' Wraps, Millinery, Dress Goods, Ii your childien are subject to croup watch Tor the firit ym)tuiiol the dttentc hojr&cucsf. If ChtmlH'rlain'i Couch Reintdj- - is given at soon at the child become! hoarie It will prevent the attack. K eo after the croupy cough has appeared the attack can always b prevented b givi g this remedy. It Is alio iraluable lor colds and whooping cough. Stinford, Ky. For sale by Crai .i & llocVcr, 1 -- As a remedy for all forms of Headache Klrctrlc Hitters ha proved to be the mt best It edicts a permanent cure and the moil dreaded habitual icfc hradache yields to its influence. We urge all who are atlllcud to procure a bottle and give this remedy a fair trial In cases ol habitual con- stlpstlon Electric Hitters cures by gtwug the needed tone to the. bowels and few cases long rc- ol this mcdicln . Tryltor.ce. I.arpe bst tottlcsonlv ,o cents at A. K, Penny's Drug Store e Curo for Uoadacho. mes Frye, wm Mi k HUSTON VI LLE, KY. Cheapest and Best Sec his New Line ol In Hustonville. m We authorize i ur advertised druggist to sellyou Or Kiug's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this conditionIf you are auiictcd with a Cough, Cold or any Lung Chest trouble and will u.e this remedy Throat, or iccording to directions, giving it a lair trial and experieaco no benefit, jou may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make thts offer if we did not know that Ur. Kings Jiftw Discovery could belied upon. It never Trial bottles free at A. K. Penny's arug store. Largo sue 50c and $1. m Guaranteed Curo. Ladies' Wraps, Clothing and Shoes. Buell's Low Top Patent Congress Boots have no equal for fit, comfort See them and you will buy them sure. For bargains and durability goto JAMES FRYE. - m, Frank Lilzelschwab, a lunatic, committed auicide by jumping into tho artificial lake at Lakeland asylum. M of a popular patent medl.ine: "We know from experience that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is all that is claimed for it, as oil two occasions it stopped excruciating pains aud positively saved us irom an untimely grave. We would not rest easy oxer night without It in the homo." 'this remedy undoubtedly saves mors pain and suffering than any otner medicine in the world. Kveiy family should keep it in the house, for it is sure o be needed sooner or later. For sale by Cralx & Hocker, Druggists, Stanfoid, Druggists, Ky. m The Darlington, Wis., Journal says editorially Lamps, Queensware, Glassware, Stoves, &c -- The best salve tn the bruiies, seres, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions. It positively cure piles, or no pay repuired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money rclundcd. s'rice i$ cents per box. For sale by A K. Penny, Stanford, Ky world for cuts, If Troubled with Rheumatism Read This. 's ANNAPOLIS Md , 1804 I have used Pain Balm for rheumatism and found it to bo ll that is claimed for It. I believe best preparation for rheumatism and t to be deep settled muscular pains on the market and cheerfully recommend it to the public. Jno. G, llrooks, dealer iu bojts, shoes, etc., No. iS Main Cham-berfain- BucWln'a Arnica Salvo. AT- FAERIS & HARDIN 3-'f- il t wwimriaHmt I Vi.'Sm.II TT ALSO RE.UTHIS MECHANICSVILI.K, St. Mary county. Md. I sold a cottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm to a man who bud been suffering with rheumatism for several years. It made him a well man. A.J, McGlll. Kor sale at 30 cents per bottle by Craig A Hocker, Druggists, Stanford, Ky, Ia Receiving His FALL : AND : WINTER : GOODS. call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit GuarantefdGIve me JWULj-iM- rt A r if - k- I a yt 1 tf ?V- - convicted of murder at Bowling Green, Eldor Georgo Gowen's sermon Sun day upon "Light nnd Life" was Charles H. Van Wyck, will be hanged. of Nebraska, died in Washington. quite a masterly effort by his OF A LOCAL NATURE. Tub newspapers aro resurrecting the The crowds that thronged our establish during the last week was hearors. Frank Fuller, of Frankfort, 111., fell old stories about Col. W. 0. Bradley to dead while dressing to go to a hop. positive oroof that we have the richt goods at the right prices. We proprietor of a ho- Win. Chambers, The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris-tiathe effect that he Rave one Dunn, of Gov. Altgeld announces that he will tel at Harrod8burg, is dead. church will meet with Mr. Eliza- offer still greater attractions during circuit court week. We will make Garrard, advice as attorney by which he not be a candidate for United States SenA. Tribble'a stable nt Junction City beth Mason on Stanford street Saturday was enabled to defraud his creditora out ator. burned Saturday causing a loss of $1,000 afternoon. of $13,000, that the said Dunn refused to on the building, fied, Ac. A court day dinner was served by PalUnited States Senator Job n M. pay the $300 fee charged and that the mer says he will not be n candidato to Jane Long and Nun Bull, two color- the ladies of the Methodist church at Court of Appeals declined to force such succeed himsolf. ed women, quarreled at Burbonrvllieand Mr. Hunley Singleton's meatstoro for 35 a claim as inconsistent with public policents yesterday. A household word in every home. In fact we propose to make this Thomas Alexander, of Columbus, tho latter shot the former dead. cy and sound morality, at the same time Ga., (ell from Somerset haa a circus on election Mies Katharine Uurdotto will enter- a halp-pric- c sale. To give all who visit our town an advantage of his horse while drunk and administerinc a scathing rebuke to Brad- was fatally injured. day and tho republicans think tho dem- tain tho members of the walking clubnt supplying themselves with their winter goods at very low prices. We ley. Second, that tho colonel accepted to make them forget hor pretty country home on tho Lexing- will quote you only a few r, ocrats sent it there Patrick Kingi'.Callahaa, a prices to give you some idea how low pria feo of $100 to lobby for Frankfort to vote. ton pike Thursday evening. was killed in a leap from a ces run clear through. Extra heavy ribbed hose for children and against the removal of tho capital, a mis- bridge at Pougbkecpsie, News was received here Friday of There is an epidemic of a disease misses, sold every where for N. Y. loc, now go at 5c. Ladies' black and Mis. very much like diptheria raging at demeanor under the law, and third that boy shot tho sudden death nt Lexington of At Chicago an fancy cotton hose, sc Ladies ribbed vests, 15c, worth 25c. Ladies' procuring n widhe got from JG00 to $1,000 for Preacbersville. The public echool has yarn hose and killed a man who applied a vile Virginia M, Lackey. Sho was the 15c. Double width dress goods, plaids and solid colors, pardon for Mulholland, convicted of ow of Samuel E. Lackey and daughter ol been closed upon account of it. epithet to the former's mother . 15c, 20c. Dress and apron check trinL'ham. Sc. A cood red Mra. stealing funds while postmaster nt J'adu Farmers aro busy sowing wheat, barNear Beattyville, Arthur Wright Malcolm M. Miller, of Madison. and 10c. Ladies' 7 cab, all of whicb Col. Bradley plausibly shot and killed Tom Harris, as the re- Johu J. McRoburta, of this place, is her ley, &c , although the ground ia very flannel 15c. Canton flannel 5c, 6 explains. Our experience in such mat- sult of a quarrel. Both are boys. dry. Some parties who sowed very early all wool shawl, in black and fancy and extra heavy, $1. Jeans in Ladies' underskirt patters is that while it is nlways best to tell Bay they have been compelled to bow brown and gray at 15, 25 and 35c per yard. Fire destroyed 40 dwelling houses at CHURCH AFFAIRS. good to publish such the truth, it does no over the grain sprouted then perished. tern, all wool, neat assortment of colors, 75c, worth $1. Augusta, Ga., rendering 200 people charges, bo far as keeping republicans homeless and causing a loss of $100,000. Died in this county Thursday, a nine The Lincoln Cornty Biblo Society and certain other voters just as unscruMrs. Kate Sandford has filed a at the Baptist church next Sun- year old daughter ot Mr. aud Mrs. will meet pulous from casting their ballots for their L. Perkins. Her death resulted against Senator William Goebel day night, Nov. 3rd. candidates. On one occasion we charg- at Covington for the killing of hor hus a meeting from congestion of the brain, sho having Rev. W. S. Smither hold ed a candidate, who slmll be nameless band. at Vj,t Fork Christian church. Lewis been ill only a fewdavB. The burial ochere forever more, with stealing a "little Latest estimates place Jppan's pop- comity, and had 44 additions at four ser- curred Friday nt Goshen. red hog" and presented documentary ev ulation at about 45,000,000, 3,000,000 vices. Tho following Indies enjoyed the hos Everything that is new, everything that is nobby, Everything that is idence to sustain the charge, at least to for the newly acquired territory of ForThe Western Recorder says that pitality of Mr. Jacob Robineon at a moat desirable and the prices simply cant be matched. theexont of having the animal in his mosa. Rev. A. V. Sizemore lias aitieu in meet- sumptuous dining Thursday: Mrs. Dave baptiz- Dunn, Mrs. Alico Adamp, of Danville, possession without right or authority, Two men were killed and eight or 10 ings this year in whicb 225 were yet ho received the full republican vote injured by the wreck of a faat mail train ed, not including 45 baptized in Stanford. Mrs. E. L Owsloy, Mrs H. C. Jennings and those of still meaner men, whose on me The revival meeting at Walnut Hill, and Mra. Thutuaa Robinson. rennsvivania ruuruau m netbouIs were outraged at what pott. Pa. sensitive The mite society of the Presbyterconducted by Rv Henry Faulconer, Up ian church will meet this afternoon with Now is your chance for a nice hat. Value J? 1.50 to $2, our price for they termed persecution. Tho meaner Postmaster J. K. Alsop is succeeding beyond expectations. this week, 75c. A big lot of crushers and alpine hats purchased for the man the better he suits the average shot Coleman Buckner because he ob- to Thursday night there had been 17 Mrs. William Herndon on Danville on street. Tho ladles of thiB society deserve spot cash from a manufacturer who was induced to part with his goods republican, and all charges against Col.B jected to him giving him a hound pup. professions of faith, six of them for ready money enables us to make this offer. Special inducements as a man. lawver or uentleman go for Parties live in La Grange. Thursday night. Dan villo Advocate. much credit for the excellent work they all this week in our Clothing Department. Extra drives in Row" Geo. O. Burnes may or may not have accomplished for their church. though they be proved benaught, even In Spencer county on election day a yond the shadow of a doubt. The char- poll will be taken to ascertain the dem- have mennt that ho is never going to die, ladies There will be a supper by the ges against Col. Bradley may causo a few ocratic choice for Senator. McCreary is but nevertheless he said in one of his of Pioaennt Grovo church Thursday evdemocrats, who have not lost regarded as an easy winner. sermons at the court houBO that ho ex- ening. Twenty five cents will bo charg again beall sense of honor, ot look Francis A. Coffin, of Indianapolis, pected to be translated like Elijah of old. ed for a good supper and aa the proceeds Come and see for Yourself. the republican arms has been sentenced to the penitentiary fore they leap into Richmond Climax. Mr. Barnes pays nre to go for the benefit of tho repairs to receive all traitors and for eight years for aidiDg iu the wrecking ho nevor said it. Tipton is not a good upon their church they hope to bo well outstretched witness. renegades, but the republican candidate of the Indianapolis National Bank. patronized Dr. John G. Fee, founder of Berea for governor will get the full vote of his Tho sale for boss is reported very George At Washington, Ind., Mrs. party if charges could be made and sus Smith dashed scalding water over her College, has reaigned aa pastor of the dull at about 3o for the beat BhipperB. tained that he is an assassin, a rapist and husband, who was drunk nnd abusive, church at Brea because tho congrega- Cattle at 2 to 3c. B. F. Robinson and to hts recent- James McCarley shipped several car a rotbcr. aud he is now in a precarious condition. tion would not come over A. URBANSKY & CO., Proprietors, ly changed views on baptism. He for- loado of lugs and cattle lnet week nnd At WTgoner, I. T., an officer who Gov. McOheary made a stirring bapthey report a very dull nnd unsaticfac-tor- y ago un- sought to serve a writ on "Zske" Crit- merly maintained that any kind of speech at Louisville a few nights T. D. RANEY, Manager. Now ho avers that that market. der the auspices of the Whitney and tenden was resisted and he promptly tism was valid. which is practiced by the Mifblila May Grant was one of the Bandana Clubs, '.which was a masterly killed Crittenden and the latter's broth- is only baptiBtn Branch Stores. Christian church. It is said that Bro. 75 gucets that were entertained nt tho arfor harmony and cordial support er. appeal A fire at tho University of Virginia Fee resigned just in time to esrapo being tistic home ot Mrs. Robert Harding, of Paris. Carlisle, Mt. Sterling, Bardstown, Lawrenccburg, Cynthiana, of the whole ticket. Ho regrettei that caused a loss of $300,000 to that famous fired. Versailles, Eminence, Georgetown, Ky., and Mackport, Ind. Tuesday evening, it beplatDanville, on last Mr. Hardin had not construed the institution. Several buildings were deing the 10th nnniveisary of her marriage. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. form an it was intended to bp, but that stroyed and a part of the library was Miss Letitia Stevenson, Mrs. P. Wat Har is of little consequence compared with lost. Hay. 3,900 bales for sale. JobIi din nnd Martin Hardin were eome of the question of whether we the more vital Supervising Special Agent Crawley's Jones, Stanford. distinguished guests. shall turn the State government over to report shows that receipts from customs Carroll Beid's Lindolette won her Boils ar becoming quite an cpldem a partylwhich wrecked every State in during the last fiical year were $21,559,-00- 0 race at Latonia Friday. ic in our community of late. The reason powThe Place to I3uy the South in whichlit obtained the in excess of those for the preyious W. W. Hail, an old and useful citi- it ia supposed that some havo become bo er. The governorrfwas stronger than us- year. zen of Somerset, aged 02, died last week. adlicled with this malady is because they ual in his presentation of tho currency Johnny Gripp, of Pittsburg, Pa., T. J. Hill sold to J. O. Johnson, of nave returned from a visit to Boyle coun issue and showed in eloquent terms the while returning from school with a penBoyle, 70 shoats averaging 100 pounds at ty. It has been suggested that it would fallacies of the free silveritea. He refut- cil in his hand fell. The pencil pierced We sell at the Cheapest Price. 3". ed by facts and figures the republican his left breast and he. died in a few Hon. W. II. Miller cold eight acres of bo a good idea to change the name of our county from Garrard to Boyle charge of profligacy and dishonesty at hours. knob land at Hall's Gap to Fiuley Csrup ! The Christian Endeavor Society of O. Ashton, postmaster at Flem hell at $0. closed with a powerful apH. Frankfort and peal for a subordination of passion and ingsburg, is short $1,200 in his accounts By an Experienced Pharmacist. Reuben Gentry sold to L. N. Jordan, the Presbvterian church that whh organ hog Long- ized lust Sunduy afternoon elected the personal preferences, confident that har- and the oflice has been turned over to of Oakland, the following: Will Noel, president; Miss mony and union mean an old timo ma- his sureties, who have mado good the fellow for $75. Mibs glorious amount. jority. Let us go forward in a George Baker bought in Pulaski Auniu Royston, if we do our duty, our B. Powell, Stato organizer of county a bunch of fat heifers and steers Florence Harris, secretary; Misa Lucile Dr. J. contest, in which, Druggist, Stanford, Ky.J Weiniger, treasurer. A number of comefforts will be crowned with a splendid the American Mutual Benefit Society of at 3 to 3 cents. victory. The speech appears in full in Richmond, Va., is in jail at Lexington, Lucky Baldwin's trainer says that mittees have been nrranged in connecRoand makes a charged with abducting I low doth the little busy bee, Friday's Courier-JournRey El Santa Anita has been sold to tion with the society, which will meet every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock sa McClelland. splendid catnpain document. Improve each shining hour, Richard Croker for $25,000. H. B. Northcott, of Newport, tunnel Josephs, the democratic poli. S. P. Krr, tho Winchester miller, Gathering honey all the day, At the last gubernatorial election, 1S91, tician who gained national fame as the has bought 3,000 bushels of wheat in who baa been engaged in the turkey butt Prom every opening flower. Brown received 144, 1GS votes, Wood iiu'od here for several seasons, is with us author of the campaign song,"Grover, Garrard at 01 and 02 cents. Did you learn this in your little shool book long ago? Business was the prohibition candidate 3,293 and Grover, four more years of Grovor," died J. M. Hill sold to J. O. Johnson, of now aud has rented Dr. Klnmurd's houfcc very dull all summer, however, we have been busy keeping stock, on Depot street for tlio business, and bo the populist 25,031; Brown's plurality, at Philadelphia. Boyle, a cow nnd calf for $25; a lot of 28,081, and his vot& about as many aa otpt-utto conduct it on a larger scale improving each shining hour, getting ready for busy times. A remarkable train sheep at 2c and a fat heifer at 3c. Terms Cash; Prices Low. There is where the "honey" part of the entire opposition combined. Cleve- record was mado from Chicago to BuffaMr. Iiutler rox, ol hi ChesAssociation has ttian The Lexington Fair e will not quote you Furniture, Capets, Wall land's majority over Harrison in ISM lo. An average speed of nearly Gl miles gouo into voluntary liquidation. It baa ter, has rented Mr. Will Romans' house the poem comes in, was 40,020 True, counting by Congres- au hour was maintained. It was on tho on the sa no btrtst and will nleo be in tr.e Paper in cold type. It yould not look well, but we arc all right nnd do money for several years. been losing sional districts, which is not a fair test, Michigan Southern and Lake Shore. Nre will give you as Tim Mntiicitial Handicap at Morris Bamo busine&i. The price oilorud for uot want too much "honey" from one flower. tho Stato went republican by a small got druDk Park was won by Henry of Navarre, Roy tiirkoyo ia .jj cants on foot. You will get rock bottom much for your money as one possibly can Tom Keils, a republican, majority in 1S94, but it takes considera- on free whisky at WilliauiBtown nnd faLair, of Jessamine, are figures. We arc right in the procession with our distant but friendly Tbe Mihsi-El Santa Anita second and Clifford third ble confidence in democratic treachery tally etabbed KJ Straud, also a republicrop of Louisiana is the guests of Mrs. Elmore. Capt. T. A. competitors and will give you the benefit of prices that arc worth The total sugar and honesty to suppose that with the can, and nt Downingsviile WilliamB and a Depend upon us, or estimated at 710,000,000 pounds, an In E kin has returned from visit to rela- the consideration of people from a distance. lines drawn as they are now that the re- Milton Burgess shot and killed Albert Messrs. Graham and 114,000,000 pounds over last tives in Atlanta. write us. We have plenty of time to write letters. crease of publicans will be victorious. We can't Johnson during a row over a game of year. Will Price and Richard McDowell, of believe it and wont believe that demo- cards. Dentine, by Aberdeen, owned by Danville, were the guests Monday of Bamberger, Bloom & Co., of Louis- Douclas Thomas has ntarti'd 13 timeB Charles W. Fnabie. Mr. Marks-burcrats can act so traitorously at a crisis Bradloy's only hope is in ville, tho largest dry goods firm in the this year and has been first or second in of Frankfort, and a Centre College like this. Undertakers and Furniture Dealers, Stanford, '.Ky. democratic support, a hope uaseu on South, mado a deed of assignment Satur all of bis races but one. His record is Btuuont, was cue guest ot mi cousin, estimated at 2:13. what should bo felt as au insult by every day. The liabilities are Frank Marksbury, Saturday. Mrd. Johu with aesets nominally tho same. For sale. A lot of Rod Duroc Jer- E, Stor no loft Monday to visit hor conn honest man. Let us prove to him that he is reckoning without his host by Fire, panics &c, are given as tho cause of sey sows, pigs and shoatp; also a fine red in, Miss Mary Welch, of Nicholasville. s milk W. S. Ferguson has returned from a boar and a number of showing our fealty to party and disre- the failure. iait P. W. Green, The Kentucky Bankers' Association cows. Apply at once. gard of his specious pleas made to catch to his mother at Covington. Dr. Stephens aud wife, of Capo May, N. J., wero the ignorant an unwary. Put your croes at Owensboro by a unanimous vote .has Stanford. r, thoguests Sunday of W. II. Kinnaird Mr. H. A. B. Matksbury, of Lancar-teunder tho rooster on the ballot and let declared against unlimited coinago of silnd wife. Mr. E K. Uiggins, now of St. ver and in favor of a single gold standit RO. is here receiving several car loads of was with old Lancaster friends last ard and the retirement of greenbacks. wheat bought of Messrs. T. J. Fo3ter, G. Louis, Senator Blackiiurn told a newspaper Capt. John H. Leathers, of Louisville, A. Lackey, J. H. McAlister and Perry ween. inMiss Lee lino returned to her Now Mexico after n pleasant home All kinds of Wagon, Buggy and Carriage Making and Repairing reporter at Lexington that he had caught was elected president. visit to her sister, Mrs. Homer Tinsley Ballard at 02c. on to a scheme to defeat him by a fusion done in first class style. George P. Senato, known as the "Old A rough estimate places tho amount Ira Taylor, of Cincinnati, was in LancasBt week. of gold bug and republican legislators Mail Carrier of the Potomac," died at of fruit shipped from Southern Califor- ter h pledged to voto for Hon. Cassiua M. For Parkersburg, W. Va. He was 100 years nia this season at 8,000 carloads. Clay, Jr., for Senator. This is a very' old, and six generations of his descend the transportation of this the growers Special attention to horses with diseased feet. We have an artistic weak invention for the purpose of creatants attended the funeral, led by his havo paid tho railroads about $1,000,000 In obedience to a writ of election isstie.l bv the Trimmer who will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious in his1 work. ing sympathy. Blackburn feels that his youngest child, who is now 74 years old. Bear in mind that the sale of tho judge of the Lincoln county court and directed to goose is cooked aud that McCreary has county, notice it hereby Tho splen- the ihcritTot Lincoln will bo held on the 5th Senato's wife died 51 years ago. lato J. M. Reiu Thursday. KINLEY. JIM 6XPERIE&CED PfflBTEB. given that an election day MR. K. done it for him, and now ho wants to of knob ol November, B.)5, in Lincoln county, Ky , In At Constantinople CO young TtirkB did farm of 300 acres, 70 acre magisterial district No 3, for the purpose of elect a martyr for principle. Has charge of our Painting Department. Give us a trial. monkey as were arrested last Saturday for excesses land, live stock, bank stock, crop and In a constable for laid district to fill tho exiiting Polls will bo opened at all the regular Vacancy will be Hold. voting placet Thlj Oct. 31, 1S05. Mr. Samuel G. Boyuc, not satisfied in the recent Armenian riots. They farming implements T. D NKWLAND W. M. Lackey shipped 22 cattle to with owning the Stock Farm entire and were given a quick trial, and WednesSheriff Lincoln Couutr. l)y R. M. Xewland, D. h day night they wero carried out on a war- Cincinnati lasttweek and got 31c. By 58 half of the Lexington one car be saved has bought out his partner in the latter ship and dropped overboard in the Bos- crowding them into I freight, but one died en route and five and will on Jan. 1, assume complete con- porus, where all were drowned. There was a panic in cotton at New were bo badly injured they wore hardly Boyles take as naturally to LANCASTER, KY., trol. The In obedirnce to a writ of election mued by the juCtfe of tho Lincoln County Court and directed newspaper work as a fish does to water. York Friday and the most active market saleable. to trie, Ceiling, Flooring and all kinds Tho largest applojtree in tho moun- given sheril! ot Lincoln county, uotice ii hereby Has now on hand Weather-BoardinBoyle Gill Boyle is managing editor of in the history of the Cotton Exchange. will bq that an 5th of Jason L. Webb, of November, election Lincoln held on the the duy 1895, in county for of Dressed Lumber. Can furnish Doors, Sash and Blinds F. O. B. demon- October cotton declined GO points, hav- tains is on the farm the Louisville Post and is daily 18 feet of Common of electing a Superintendent strating his capacity for so great an un- ing doclined altogether 110 points since near Sergent, which .measures 110 feet Schools Tor Lincoln county to fill the existing va- Stanford, Ky. we use only Alabama Pine and Mountain Yellow cancy. Polls will be Opened at all the voting plathe ground aud is dertaking. October 10. There was a fall of 42 points around at ces, n 0 T. 1). NKWLAND, Poplar, we are prepared to meet competition from all points on high. More than 40 bushels of apples ct. at, 180$. Th New Orleans, and one firm of cotton Sheriff Lincoln County. Gov. Brown will locate at Louisville at this fall. lty KM. Newfand, D.S. 68 cash orders. weio gathered from the tree brokers went to the wall. when his term of office expires. VV. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. The Shelby News runs the nnmo of Dr. William Rose was killed by a INTERIORJOIKNE Senator Blackburn at tlio bend of ita col sheriff noar Phosnix, Ariz., while atCorn is selling at $1 25 por barrel tiros for cnndldate for president in 1890 tempting to murder tho family of Dr. Hay 50 cents por 100 Uu. nnd thereby doea like n monkey whon4t Williams. Dr. It. S. Stephens, ol Cape May, N 3tanford. Kr., Ocroncn 29, 1895 climbs a treo. Gov. Brown has fitod November S J., preached a finediBCOureo at tho Presas tho day on which Columbus Phelps, byterian church on Sunday morning. JEMI-WEEKL- Y P. WALTON. NEWSY NOTES. GreaterthanEnet7 Kx-Sona- pro-uounc- n LOUISVILLE STORE! bridge-jumpe- I2c, 'c, Jc, 8c sister-in-la- Lu-ci- eu $100,-OOOsu- it Extra Fine Jackets and Canes. - ty BOOTS AND SHOES. THE LOUISVILLE STORE, STA1TFOBD, Ere., -- Vic Roberts9 Drugstore Compounded SCHOOL BOOKS & TOILET ARTICLES Prescriptions Carefully vice-preside- W- - IB. M'ROBERTS, al .Mr. 110,-08- long-distan- s h y, WITHERS & HOOKER, 0, first-clas- St. Asaph Carriage Co., STANFORD, KENTUCKY, MERSHON & GREER, Proprietors. OTICEI Horse Shoeing and Blachsmithing of all Kinds. E. 1 Press-Transcri- pt, ITOTICE The Noel Pl&ning Mill Co. g, pur-po- MC uiijKAajaWriMtedaMBi ' mii,t.Hiy it An aiticle from Engineer E. W. Smith In tholr now and handsome uniforms, on thu Danville water worke and other Beach & Bowers Minstrels make a splenWindow lights nt Grain A Uockcr'a. interesting matter ia unavoidably crowd- did parade to music that can't be beaten. ed out of this issue. Come in Friday nnd seo and hear. Btanfobd, Ky., - Octohek 20, 1895 Lamps and onyx tnhles nt Banks'. t In 1801, Lincoln county gAvo Brown Wintkii oata and timothy aoed. JoiinSoard, who was several yoara 1,202 votes, Wood 1,032, prohibition 151 II. Wearen A Co. ago sent up for life from Casoy for killing E. C. Walton, Business Manager and populist 21, Brown'a plurality a man, 8eeiii8 to be nlwaya getting into Huntkiib' supplieH and n few guna for can and must do better this vear. trouble, and getting out by the skin of enlo cheap. W. B. Mcltoberts. Tit ladies of thu etiurch at Rowland his teeth. Ho wns pardoned for the flrat pront jewelry nml flllvi'rwBro nnle Our Oon line of silver tatdowaro ia rich will give a box supper Friday night, Nov offense, but soon hroke into the jails !a still on. UtlirrHnrtt yetting thu t KOocU for tho Iowa monujr. Why not aud complete. Dunkfl, the Jeweler. " 1. Everybody la invited to come nnd agiin. List woek ho barely escipml you? l'cnny'H Driiu ami Jewelry Store. in tho V. s. All men ehould examine our "I'eer-loe- a bring a box. Tho proceeds will go to- for counterfeiting, forcourt atheLouisville which had been Sanitary" underwear. Hughes A ward repairing thu church. indicted on six courts. PEnsnNAi POINTS. Tate. The Si Perkina show gave much satisMn. 0. K. Tat wiw in Louisville last Couiits -- Mra. A. A. McKinney lapses-inA new and extensive line of Gloats nt faction to a large nudiencu. Mr. Burton week. under the rod of allliction, sore to be Is n fine actor aud ao nro several of the Mn. I'. II. Idol, of Lexington, Ib horu Shanks'. Various sizes, iiualitlts, etyles of the troupe. The spec borne. Her other son, Louis Courts, died other members and colors. eocitiK nfter hin IiusIiichh. inity huslnes.! was good and the music ntGreensburg, Friday, of diphtheria.and IVJcp, of Miih. N. 11. I'iuck nml Mi. the deeply bereaved mother ia almost Onk of the best Hues of gentlemen's very lino. Garrard, Bpout Friday with Dr. I'rico. gloves ever presented to tho public can distracted. Louie was 13 and like his Tiik membeis of the County CommitMns. S. W. Qivknb hnu Iipbii on a visit bo found nt brother, wns a favorite with nil who Shanks. tee nre requested to meet iu Stanford at to her ilnuKhtFr, Mm. W. I GrlmeH. knew him. May alio upon whom the Notiiimi better for h wedding present 2 i. m , Tnuraday. Important btisint-BIU: K H. Maiiony iniMiiq buainepp. blow falls so severely find consolation in is to he attended to nnd it is earnestly d Ilenil tils notico iu HiIh paper and call on than one of our lovely Onyx tableH, the promise that He doeth all things oil by a beautiful silk shade banquet hoped that each member will bo preshlin. well and loveth whom He rhastiBeth. ent. L. L. Dawson, Chairman. M. G. IUY.NOi.Dfl, tho red hot demo- lamp. Dunks, the jeweler. Dbmocrats of this county have a doucratic deputy flherilf, Bays things nro (). TuBKiEa are only worth from to 5 ble duty to perform in Pkiifumkhy, colognes, bay rum, Florithe race for repK. nt Wnynenlinrit. da water. Extracts for the handker- cents on foot now, but wait till next resentative. Mr. M. F. North is the s K. A. HoiTKit, who has hccii on Mus. chief. Our stock com prison all of the month if you want to sell them nt n standard bearer nnd is In every way n visit to Mrn. to returned higher price. They will be iu demand worthy of your popular odora. Craig A Hooker. support. The Jefferson-ia- n Louisvlllo yostorday. with democrats who will have more tl an requisite to applies to Dii. HrnNAt'Oii was rrstinn pasicr To avoid carrying stock ovr the win- usual to bo thankful for on tho hh him in every particular and ho ia makand hin physicians now have ter, I am soiling boxing, studding and Thursday. ing n mauly and courageous canvass. eo mo hope of hin recovery. joist at a lower price than they were ev' Hon. It. 0. Waiiukn's friends bnve which forces even the admiration of his Miw. Run IIolmkj hns boon on n visit to er odored in this market. A. 0. Sino. mado an appointment for him at McCor enemies and is in sharp contrast with the her daughter, Mrs. G. L. James, who is Mr. Jos CuiTKY writes from Livluga-to- u mack's for next Friday night and aa he tactics of the opposition. Besides the dufast improving nt the Infirmary. to correct the report that he will vote nover disappoints, we can safely prorn ty you owe to him and the party, the Mm. G. 0. Givunb nnd Lucy Miller for Bradley, nml says he will vote for the ise that he will he on hand and loaded further obligation Ib upon every true have returned from a lengthy visit to thu whole democratic ticket as he always hae with i.")oi democratic campnin material. democrat to see that Lincoln county family of Dr. Noah Moon; in liourhnn. ma sends n man to Frankfort who will voto It. Lmk Davis, local editor of the Rich- done. Tiie hk is one candidate of the oppoai nnd work for tho promotion of our excelmond Iterator, hns n henutiful trihuto to Wu will no longer handle gentlemen's ( aught but good can he said lent Congrepsmnn, Gov. McCreary, to the his dead chief in tho last Ibiiuo of that clothing nnd desire to sell our present lion nnd at is Mifa Kate Blain. She is U S. Senate. A vote for North is n voto paper. stock entirely out. Cull in and see our brigl.r, capable, deserving nnd worthy, for McCreary. Be sure thnt you cast it. Mitft. Ann: Nuwlam) and Miss Mollio goods which are going nt about coat. W. but there nro two objections to her. She Ilrook, of Grab Orchard, were here phop H.Miank. "Whkrk your Monky has Gob." it tho regular nominee of the republican pln Friday and honored our olllco with Wu have no apology to offer for giving eo Somk mighty good democrats voted in party and iior election will bo heralded n call. of our ppace to the card of Chairthe wrong precincts last year. Don't let ns a victory for it. Besides the duties of much Missra Lksa Hut sett and Nannie tho office of ruperinteudent of schools man (i. B. Cooper. It is an honest and Bailey, two hrimlnomH yoiini; Inilies from this happen again. Be certain you are can be better performed by n man, tho' plain statement of the manner in which tho West Knd, were In to pee ui yrstcr in your right precinct Hnd theu be cerMihB Blain has done the fiMcal affairs of the county were d day, nruompnnled by Mr. J. WYh Hnllev. tain to put the murk under the rooster. we must confers that by the democrats, nnd tho economy well bettor perhnpa than o' Tiiohk clever gonilpmen, C. Kellocu Bcm Wiutlky, wiio used to live here women could. She does not come rihuwii, whiio not neglecting any thing undT. K. HoweiH, who so before the but who now holds forth nt Mt. Ver'ion, other that would advance tho material interto us, however, seeking the ollice on Beach A Bowers Minstrels, were here was down last week. He claims to be merits alone, but na the candidate of n est of the countv, is in sharp contrast to propnrinc for tho oomiiiK of their nival tho only negro democrat in Itockcastlf party which has nothing in common the way things are run now under tho show next Friday. aud says that ho whs recently dibchnrued with democrats. Her election will bo n direction of the Boss and his henchmen. Mhs. Dn. William Siiklton and Mies-uof Mt. Ver- vindication of Judgo Davison's ways and It u.nkeB mighty good reading and we by a republican Mary Cow en nnd F.mma Martin chap non br cause of his politico, but bud no methods and no democrat will wnnt to commend its perusal to tho voters of the . eronwlnboul 30 litl'e Kirlo nnd bojH to trouble in getting another job. k endorse him nfter rending Mr. Cooper's county, who can then see what n the knolm after chentnulu Satnrd.iy. Mr. they made in turning over Kb moncard on ni:r first page. Our party hns M. S. lUiihmnn win one of ttie crowd At Hiistonvillo Saturday Mrs. Priesie put up n good innu for the ollice of su- etary affUiiB to reckless and inexperiencof little Iwya. Drye's house caught from n spark on tiie perintendent, Mr. W. S. Burch, nnd it ia ed men. Don't make Buch a mistake Oun old friend, Dr. William Shelton, roof, but was discovered before it had duty of the democrats to suppor again and on a larger scale by electing has taken charge of thu Stanford Fomule gotten nnder much headway. Tho well the him and the full ticket. Mr. Burch is Bradley nnd his ticket to take charge nt College, Plnnford, Ky. Idtor Sizomoro was dry and thero was only one bucket fully qualified for the position and being Frankfort, but put your ballot in for the reports that Dr. Klielton and tho college of water on the place. Thia was not suf ominently deserving, the party expeetB strnight democratic ticket. ate doing finely. We are glnd to have ficient and a barrel of cider that had you to do that duty. The lines are drawn. him in Kentucky. Western Recorder. been recently made was brought into use MATRIMONIAUnATTEIIS. Be Hiiro that you stay on your Bide in SiiBiiirrT. II Iloiii.seo.v, who win over and the iUmes were extinguished before this and all the races. James T. Dye, 19, nnd Mies Athey from Garrard Htimlnv, says the democru-cgreat damage wsh done. Verily necessiLong, is, will be married at J. D. Long's is wide nwnke In his county and that ty is the mother of invention. Cihcuit Couht. At 9:30 yesterday tomorrow. Bradley is going to he awfully fooled morning, Judge M. 0. Saufley convened Ambrose Miracle, aged 13 years, and Tiik good newH comes that ex Chief of when he hearx how the vote stands his court and the following grand jurors Miss Dora Thompson, aged 13, eloped Police Anderson, who assassinated Editor there. Nothing but money and dend were at onco sworn in: J. E. Lynn, loads of it can get him the majority he Joseph B. Backer nt Somerset, hns been foreman, J. II. Ruinea, G. E. Alford, from Bell couuty, to Tennessee, and were married. captured aud is now in juil in Cannda, claims. David Eubanks, J. L. Goode, G. A. PeyMiss Edna Schmidt, tho 18 yenr old witli olliceis on their way with requisiFouh Garrard county bnnutlpa attendton, G. W. Ei wards. John Pepples, Crit daughter of a millionaire, brewer of Chition papers to bring him back for trial. It ed tho HI Perkins show here Friday Itifle, T. J. Hill, It G. Collier nnd Alex cago, ran away with and married her will be remembered that the editor criti- night: Mimes Bessie mid Jennie Burn Holtzclnw. The judge himself delivered side, Maude Bnbinson and Ada Farrar sized him and thnt one night aa he was the charge nnd nlthougb it was over an father's discharged coachman. If all the couples marry who have The gentlemen pnsent from that county on his way home bu wns shot in tho hour in length, he succeeded in nuking apparently paired oir and gotten daiknces and killed. Anderson's hat was were Memo. H. 0. Denny, Woods Walktho dry subjects interesting nnd instruo talked about, unite their detinies er, John Lear. J. Mort Hothwell and found near the body and hm dicanpenr-nuc- e tlvo. Commencing by B.iying n grand within the timee that the public has nt tho time left conclusive evidence Charlie Andcrann. juror dishonors his position if he knows fixpd for them, there will be but few Mn. Ci.ai.kmi: K Woods, late of thu that ho did thu cowardly deed. He friends or enemies while iu tho dis If ft in Stanford to mourn over single death in its worst form anil he Richmond Ueglater and editor of tho charge of his duties, ho laid great strese Drfltn, the orgmi of the Sigma Nil Frater- ought to sutler it without judge, jury or on the mode of proceedure nnd tho im Miss Hellene Selliers. a pretty nity, of which he is grand recorder, whb the benefit of clergy. parlance of keeping corrpct minuted and girl of Lexington, nfter preparhere Saturday en route homo niter h tour Oitknhmmkr. NewBof tho denth ol of being scrupulously particular in the ing her trousseau nml naming the day of the South, having gone to Atlanta Mr. Jacob Oaenhetmer, of New York, statements of (acta upon which to bnee for tnarriuge to C. F. Miller, of Geor-uiwith the rcea association. Mr. Woods whs received by Hon. W. II. Miller Fri- nn indictment. Thu general opinion ns jilt d him when he enme to claim ia one of the brightest and clevereht of day nnd it occasioned n deep regret to technicalities ib very erroneous. They her last week, saying that Bho now loved men nnd we appreciated the honor of among all who knew the geniul, are founded upon the highretnud Bound another. having him with ub. man who founded the Swisd and est principles thnt human wisdom cm SEW ADYEKTIHKM ENT". German colonies in this county nnd for devipc, he aeeerted, nnd then showed tho CITY AND ViniHITY. several yearn lived hero and directed nbriolute importance to life nnd liberty DUROC HOGS them. Ho did a great deal for tho&e peo. that they exercised. Tho whole rnng Mi.tsTHKLti FridHy night, Cuminandpie nnd ndded inuco to themnterial ben- of indictable oHen?eB were eummariztd all mbject to rtglitfr. J M. JUKOIIERTS, cum. 69 im efit of the countv, the price of the lands and minute directions given as to how Pay your taxed uvfuro the mix per cent. iu that section having nearly doubled witnesses should be examined nnd what FOR RENT. Also a choice lot of Flowers and Poultry for laic. !a udded. T. D. Newland, Suurlll. since the foundation of tho colonieo. Mr. tlioy could be forced 10 testify. Mr K. A. Ilaker, Danwllc Avenue, Stanford 68 wps a man of lino address The following were those selected ns TliBBtylinh UpeiH Guard, in silver, Otteuheitner and succeeded in mnkiiii; friends of all petit jurors: W. M. Mntheny, W. II. ellke nnd gold. Dunks, tho Jeweler. with whom hu camo in contact. His Curtis, John A. Frye, J. 1). Bastio, David Two goou store-rooin centre oi wife and four children, nil married, sur- Moore, J. E. Pleasants, V. P. Grimes, B. PAINTJEIIS. town for rent. Applv at tin olllce. vive him to feel the loas of a loving hus- F. Hayden, Win. Burton, A. K. Denny, Kentucky. J. W. Keid, George J W. Carter, W. A. band and sb fond a father b ever lived. A ufLKMiii) stock of ladies, iniesea and G. A. Kubauks, George Holmes, Ciiiarnntee SatKt.iction in Home, Sign, Sretie Cash, aud resi o fainting It wi.l pay to tee them clilliiien'a underwear, both for boa and Noutii Makimj VoTis. Good Patterson Underwood, J. W. Bibb, E. T. belore (joint elsewhere Shop in jou ol T l' rear greeted Messrs. It, 0. Warren, M Pence, J. S. Owsley, Sr , J. H. Hintt, It lUil'sMarc girls, ilughia & Tate. im " APPLY TO F. North and J. S. Owoloy, Jr , at G. Ballard, W. It. Singleton, H. P. Foil good, strong haruetsa, lap robes aud Kingsvillo Saturday n Young, J. B.Green. and hoiBe bluuketu ut your own price, and night and nil the gentlemen W. M. Tinsley was the first man tried. M. ti. A J. W. Bttiighmun. a jo acquitted themselves creditably. Tho Tho charge was assault, committed at a Kor JAttkntio.n is cttlied to tne ad. of the democrats in thnt section of the county Sunday Bcbool and he was fined one cent Life, Fire or Tornado Insurance. Barker Bios., the accomplished house, are well organized and are doing good and costs. Five cases against J. W. Your policy will be issued promptly and renewals Judge Davison ia making a MPames and threo BgainBt P. W. Greeu for carefully LoVed after. None but the licit sign and fresco painters, who hnvo loca- work. reprrseutid Office on Mam Strict, oppomighty hard pull in the mountains but ( .l: here. ted &, lrn tuu !.,.... !., viuiDiiuua ui tl.n iiiuui jiinn nctu uia- - site St. Asaph Holol its dollars to doughnuts that tho demopretty largo crats will carry two of tho three precincts missed on judgments by trio court of apMayo'b ciicub urow a OL'R HUSTLING INSl RANCE MAN, peals. A rule wbb issued against the crowd yesterday and ia aaid to have given by good majorities. Mr. North's speech aheriil of Casey returnable on the 3d great satisfaction, considering it low pri- at Kingsvillo was a splendid effort and Monday of court to show cause why he cents. ces, 10 and won yoteB for himself nnd bia causo. He should not be lined for failure to servo Who represents the Old Reliatila Michigan Mutu' 9 al Life Insurance Co., of Detroit , can Judgo Davison and hia "card" process. John Belden's case for mali. write you all the most favorable plansMich Insur ot Beacii A Bowkuu' minstrels, enlarged handled ance, lie aiso represents the old reliable Central gloves aud tho "boep," who was cious cutting was continued by the Comwithout Tobacco Warehouse of I.OHisville. Kv.. ami will and improved since Ua last successful be glad to hate liberal share of your patronage. present told by bis countenance that ho monwealth. will be with ua again next FriWill be ready to conler all the favors that can be visit here, was eorryjhe was there. Ho attempted given Mr. Thomas M.Owsley presented hiB ement by nny warehouse. Liberal cash advancday, to make fun and drive dull caro mado on consignments m tho to correct Mr. North several times nnd licenso to practice law, granted by the house aud country. I will beboth Sianfn.a warent .n away. court day. Paitiea wanting hO;hemli, prises or put numerous questions to him, but our courts of Tennessee, and he was sworn in money should address me at I'aiut Lick, Ky. . ivuipi micmiuu uaraiuccu. 1 havb an overstock of wiro and slat nominee was always ready for him nnd aa ns practicing attornoy. 00 om fence made ol oak picket; tho best fence gave better'thnn the In the afternoon Robert Paragon wrs I iu tho market. In order to reduce stock sent. Aa an orgauizor the judge can't be fined $18 for trespass and Epu Paine I will sell it at extra low price for the beat but he is entirely too easily rattled was dischurgod for Bbooting tit Charley Iu obcdienco to a writ of election issued by (tho beforo an audience and makes a bettor Singleton. Alonzo Skidmore for selling judge ot tho Lincoln county coiu-- and dueclcd to next30dajs. A. U.Siue. the ahcrili ol Lincoln county, notice Is hereby rivimpression when ho remains silent. Mr. liquor was fined 350 in default. The en that an election will be held on the jth day of Mn. P. W. Ghbkn uub decided to move King was not present at either of the murder case of John Centres was contin- November, 1895. ia Lincoln county, Ky., In district No. t, fcr the purpose of electing to McKinney when hia lease on the My places but ho 1b said to have been at ued. Tho jury in the Jim Tall case for a constable lor said district to fill the existing Polls will be opened at all the regular will tako charge King8ville the day before and was feeling . erB House expiree. Ho shooting at Marshal Newland and vouug places, inn uci, Hotel there and may e0 R00j tuat no m to aak waere ue Wfl8 wounding a negro was selected and T. I). HfcWLAND. of the Commercial the Sheriff Lincoln County. By R. M. Newland, D, a. possibly open a livery and sale etable. fltt court adjourned. 63 Interior Journal Havb you read IXtnW big "ad ?" "W! m m 230-W- It Matters lot S8, $ io, S12 ,,-,- ! bt-s- con-vlctio- n FOR WHOM YOU VOTK. Just so you go to Hughes & Tate's to buy your goods. We v., K iicvt-- r in ueuer sunpe to give you goou values for little money. Ev- m m m erybody who wants an Overcoat should first examine our$3, $$, $6, 'ft,o ;l i and Si ? coats. Wc don't think vmi mn any market and our $$, S6.50, S8.50, Sio, S12.50 and S15 Suits arc g Are Simply Immense. Our Hoots and Shoes are in good shape and considering the advance no house can cnualusin nrices. Our Ulnrk .inrl F.in Wnnl TVeB Goods, beginning at 15c and running to $1.50, can not be excelled. c (..in me auention 01 an men to our "i'ecrless Sanitary Underwear." If you once use it you'll never use any thing else. We also handle Ladie' Underwear from 15c to $2. Don't fail to examine all these lines before you buy. top-pa- m m m 1 par-ty'- Kl-Carte- r, office-holdin- g yt'fi-terd- HUCHES & TATE. This is The Plaee. This is the place to buy youi hpes, Mots, LM 1 Dress Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Blankets, Comforts, Flannels, Canton Flannels, Cottons, Outings, fww m iu. i !' Boots, Shoes, Rubbers. If it is new, good and cheap you will find at our Store. Stock always the fullest, prices al ways the lowest. um man-ngo- m m nine-tenth- s 1 hr t -.-- - . uj . - -- ZZ v " a hotel-keep- er mie-tn- Severance & Son.. Jft&si In Solid Sterling Silver and Plate. Butter Knives, Sugar Shells, Dinners, Dessert, Pie and Fruit Knives, Tea, Dessert, Table and Tellv Spoons, Cream, Gravy and Soup Ladles, Pickle and Cold Meat Forks uitveaets, urange and bait bets, etc., etc., in I.sft.'fcvirsi.xre And "Warranted. y RICH AND ELEGANT DESIGNS, BANKS, The Jeweler. A them-selv- es do-ner- VOTE Straight Ticket. J Our tickets have been scratched before we put them on our goods to m m hr YOUR ADVANTAGE big-heart- Our stock is now complete. We have again replenished for the fall trade and are giving you unequalled - ms DSAEiKKR, Bt&OS., THE Stanford, JtS l.". OVERCOATS Man-fori1 I nudi-ence- B m Way-nesbu- rg niter-noo- R. B. MAHONEY CHILDREN'S SUITS. We Can save You IN- - lour Toll, .... com-pani- M. W. JOHITSCOT, '-'0 Hats, Caps, Melntoshes, Shirts and Umbrellas Our Stock Cannot be Surpassed in quality or price. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Prompt attention given to maij order?; - high-muc- k 1TOTICE t THE GLOBE, Strictly One -- raaif-mer- ial lim-ism- - . I J-1 IQ-nT- J. L Frohman&Co., r - V Price Clothing House - XlVJi 11I I Kentucky. jjj JttASiA. Ili.i ifrjfJf 3" iifw&ii m rtf i iimm,irfi TfaY"--fti -'- nt I" 1) if ahaaii ! inJ-T.- ' ii I . w t sii itf''" WW THiTlfT-1 mf inii i wft'W''W''wgMWEWll "yr" 1" ,m'm "'" ' g.jaai,rr.aaarwM- hnwunMifMii - cRjl Semi-Week- ly Wftjw Interior Journjt AT FROM MANY SOURCES. df i Fobllahod Every Tuesday and Friday S3 FEU YJBAJtTN" AOVjVNCB not so paid S2.GO will be charged.K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Walter Will yon hnvo uplunch today, nlrr Guoat Yos, but I don't want It bo spunky as it was yesterday. Urlujr mo onto with no sand in It. Uoston He Can't Split the Wood. Chunks, knots, sticks, No ashes, no dust, no smoke. Acts like a base burner. Call and sec it and then "Wonder" why you have not bought one long ago. ORCHARD, LAWN, GARDEN" FALL vl 89 5. All kinds el Kruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Small Fruits, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Ac, Ac. No agents. Buy dl'rct and savo money. Catalogues on application to if. F I1ILLKNMKYKK. 65 tm Lexington, Ky DB, W. B. VMslsflibpji jkM-r PEirinr, "bk Trains leave Stanford .17:15 a. arriving at 4:30 p. m. ra nd and 9 so p. m. CARD. j p. L.&IN. LOCAL Vo.t4. Train going North No, XS. ' South No. 3i 11 11 No.-, TIE t a;P m 3 13 a m .u 04 p m . t 13 p in QUEEN & CRESCENT. Tt&int pass Junction City at follows: No. 1 South tt (Sam No a North . " 3 5 9 " " " 11.15 am 1135 am " 840pm ' 4 6 10 " 3 .1.33 P .3.15 a m .600 a m 3!P m fur Nos. 5 and 6 and 9 and 10 run no her than Junction City, nor on Sjndiy. Note. porAi J tho South Wnlos pnrllnmont, "my colleague) taunts mo with n tlcalro for famo. I scorn tho imputation, sir. Famo, sir! What Is famo? It Is a shaved pig with a greaed tall, which slips through tho hands of thousaudrt and then Is accidentally caught by mhho lucky fellow who nnppons 10 nom ou to It. I lot tho greasy tailed quadruped go by mo without an effort to clutch It, sir." Tlt-HltMrs. Fashion I'vo picked out a d for you, daughter. Miss Fashlou Very well, but I want to wiy right lions mothor, whon It comes to buying tho wedding dress I'm going to soleot tho material myself. Truth. Teacher Whon did tho HO yours war commence? Pupil I don't know, sir, but If you toll mo whon it left off I con reckon up. Fllogondo Ulattor. Illlnnd I can't understand it. I never know It to occur before. Ilalkot What Is tho trouble? "Young Van Britain enmo In today and paid mo tho $10 ho borrowed aweokngo." "Tho explanation Is easy. Ho has to ralso $50 tho day aftur tomors. litis-bau- But 'Thc Wonder" will burn it .not split. "Mr. Speaker," exclaimed a moiuborof cobs, etc., j'ust suit it. Xow Trau-scrip- t. SAVES ONE HALF YOUR FUEL. BARKER HOUSE, J V. Oculist, : Stanford, : Ky. Opposite the Poat-Olfi- Office on Main Street, c 11AKKKR, Proprietor, Somerset, - - Kcnluclcy. TO TK3S X.ADIKS 1 W. H. WEAREN & CO. A, C. SINE, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Rates TWO DOLLAHS Pir Day. Remodeled nod refurnlshoil throughout, Large and Commodious Simple Rooms. Halls and office connected hy Klectrle Bolls rroinpt aim polite ectvice to jucsU. 47 New roods of the latest stvlrs ut received. Cal In and see the UrgiM and ben storied line eser brought to Stanford. i'rices as low as the lowest. MISS LICCIK 1IKAZLEY, SUnfard, Ky FOR SALE! THE BASTIN HOUSE, Crab Orchard, Ky. Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Metal Roofing, Farm and Yard Fence, Hotel of ijrsoms with fixtures. Splendidly located. Oool ctilrn and orrhiid Une penlng Patrons taken to for an rnterprislnc man. Will be sld at a tar- - Meet all Trains,Rlcht ami day aur pad o (town Fim of Charge. For par liculais call 1 11 or address. Kin. 1. II KDMISTON, AKent, Farn Geed 6s m Crab Orchard, Ky. day. Livery Attache!, A. II. el Hotel Is.oo per 1IASTIN, Prep. 11 6m 1 S. FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING, ETC. I handle the best grade of goo Is and sell at the lowest prices. House. Stanford Attornoy at Law, Ally, at Law. Uunh. M Deputy Sherlll Newlanl, fmme POWDER Absolutely Puro.i A cream of tarter baking pow- S. II. IIAUGIIMAN. J.II. 11AUGUMAN. Old Morcator (to llttlo Billy Ducks, just left school, who applies for situation as ofllco lxy aud produces testimonial from clorgymau) We don't want you on Sundays, my good llttlo boy. Havo you a from nny one who knows you on week days? Sydney Bulletin. Two men mot on Main street yostorday whon tho following conversation ensued: "Woll, .Tim, whero havo yo been lately? Try some of our brands and you ill hire no other Fancy Patent No 1, Alpiae Snow, Fancy Family, llelle of Lincolr. and Creole, Shuro, I hnven't scon yo In sonio timo." "Oh, begorra, I'vo been down to Blook Island for a week And, I say, Tom, did yo ever seo tho ocean? Oh, it's flno!" "Did I ever seo tho ocean? How in thunol all k'nds mixed and crushed toorder Corn. Kye, ShipslufT, Ost, Our Specialties-see- ds der do yo supposo I camo across from Iro- - Icy and Ilran. Remember all Feed urJrrt must be accompanie t with the cash ir catl on lantl? Do you think I took a trolley car?" rof-orou- row." Pittsburg Chronlclo-Telegrap- h. OUceon Lancaster Street, opposite the Court Collections receive ctpcilal atleutlon IS Buroh. cSj ITowlaiid, Kentiielcv. Conoral Collectors, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kentucky STANFORD JlOLLERillMILLS It Is Make the Best Gradesof Flour and Mea! Kioportod Tliat pr EED WHEAT, WINTER OATS, RYE J. H. BATJGHMAN & Ceat has advanced It has not with us and will not so Ions as we can buy at prosvat figure. The best lellico bushel i cents Ihcbxst Naith Jeltlco lump per Imstiel .10 " The North JcllUo No . " I will (70 to any place whrr there are six or Manchester Lump 10 " nerncatile to uehorn. I do thx work with the " .Nt. s .... 9 " Ltghtnlrg Dehmuer Cau dehorn any cow In Ilird Kye Cannel .... 17 three seconds. 1 he knife makes a clean, smooth R. R. NOKL & SO.V. One cent for delivery, cut, do snot crush nor break the horn, as the clipper dos. It is the only humane way to dehorn I)o not punish he animal like the saw, : : and the wtminl gets well as iiulek airaill as that made by Ike saw. For forlhrr irformatlon, call on G. A. PKYION.btanferd, Ky. Sec the Lightn'ng Pruning lLok. 101, Wc offer our srrvicis to the public to do a gen eral Collcitmi; lluinM Aanuls, Holes, tic collected in all parts ol the county. 11 fim Doiiora Your Oattlo ..9 J. T. S'C7TTOK. UNOERTAKKK, e-- der. Highest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. GivcmtacalL Pianos and Organs at greatly reduced prices and aFRAKK KILKY, on easy monthly payments, or any other terms to suit the purchaser At the res4d'ce if the Isle Daniel P. Staar. Tt near Mill on the w. a. junk. xi.l I r ITNSS, UAttlCIS. mail orders and carry as fine a line sell atllright's auction on Hanging Fork, best. I give special attention to puklk of goods as can be found any where in the land. JO.ITJ33 BROS,, I am selling SEWING MACHINES cheaper than I have ever FRIDAY, NOV. 8th, 1895, llttlo bainuiy went. At tho dlnnor taulo sold His personal property cooststiHg oi them before. Give me a call and be convinced. Tin & Sheet Iron Works, Mr. Snaggs asked, "Sammy, what -:- College, tho text?" "Thou shalt not inuzzlo thowas XSf Store opposite St. Asaph Hotel. 31 Horses and Mnlcs, 18 Steers, or that tnadoth on thy corns," replied SamStanford, Ky. Mrs. Margaret Portman will be in charge of the store, but in taking Cows and Heifers, Stanford, Ky. my promptly. Pittsburg "i'Bond Reo of oxeo, aad nth-this position does not give up her class in Music, but will continue A Koul yoke sheep, lotJersey cowslarge amount cat-of vf.l!,VvF.V'l0")ttnt ,1Uck painting Wood. furnisned for at shoals, tle stock 50 lion Opens Sept. 3 Great Swell (to beggar to whom ho has teaching as before. Address Fall Session 189s fs,ndn utensils Including one n.w mower, bin- Metal andpainted Roof, .s.usfaclion (Suarsmteed. All roots with Dean's Black Dianumi ders, Ac, and household and kncl.iti lurniturc Paint guaranteed for years Dealers in best ". given a small coin) Now, my good man, Lot orCorn.Ons am When crn Pumps and Gslvsniiod Primary, Preparatory and Collegiate Depart- STANFORD Female Chronicle- - Telegraph. First Wisp Fiend at a Hotol He's a 106 Wall Stroet, Now Yorfe. mean cuss. Didn't glvo mo acont. Seoond TTTFiRQ I 'ill take all the hides I can get Wip Fiend That fool I was brushln givu for cash or in tradotor leather on me a quarter. Boston Transcript. court days at Stanford or at mv home in Otten- Editor's Wife Who wrote this beautiful helm. Chat Ennslio, Tanner. artlelo on "How to Manage a Wife?" Editor Young Qulllor. Editor's Wife A. G. Lanha Jthn B. Cattleman. Why, I didn't know ho was married. Editor Ho isn't. Philadelphia Post. "I novo just captured a slot maehino maker down on tho beach," mid tho oorvl-to"We'll havo him curved broiled alive," said tho king of Mbwpka grimly. "Ho and his kind have boon rosponslblo for n falling off of mora than 50 or cent In tho missionary contributions." .Tourual. Van Jay Miss Meoks called mo a fool. Do 1 look like a fool? Mllllceut No, you do not. I don't think sho judged you by MANAGERS, your looks. Brooklyn Eagle. Noll What was Mrs. Nowlywed's maidOommcrce Building, Louisville en name? Belle Her maiden nim was to Agoati throughout the South get married. Philadelphia Hecord. Ho I'loaso shut down that window. W. A. TBIBBLB, Local Asont, hao a cold. Sho 1 jgiivo a headacho.I He How selfish of you to prefer your STANFORD, KY headacho to my cold. Boston Transcript. Mr. Snaggs did not go to church on faunuay morning, but Mrs. Snaggs nnd aOYALBAKING POWDER CO., Hartford Post. Jock Pooro (to Miss Cash) Will you marry me, maiden fair? Miss Cash I'm very sorry, but my income is only for my own nupport. Pittsburg sufll-ole- CO. Proprietors, HUSTONVILLE, 'KENTUCKY. ml UatM-M Stanford, Ivy. Oilers his services O (be pept l West Full niM uf Collins and Casey Counties t Lie-Co- la nt u h i.arient' 4Vt r. Msmiirr i . .1 J 5 S. HaiohmiN J W 1IAK.HMAK. Attorney at Law, Stimlord, - - Kentucky. Will ac: as "Wallaco 33. Varnon. and Asiiga-- e M.S.&J.W.Baughman, raoraiKTOHs- Kecutor,AdinistratT 10 fllJJljiJ. - UVISRY, FEED & SALE altet(n gl"n Settletients pi Vi. 1m, as Aitn.uey and bale and OivttVun of giants' Lands. Office on Lancaster St arerSupt W. F. McCla y'sotUce 00 Special ROYAL OF UVESPOOL, r. Men's and. Boys' Suits and Over coats, Ready-made STAI5LI2, A. but hi Stanford, tl first-cla- tvi will Uave s. pkici:, Kentucky. yu He4 livery ss surance Company or made to measure, as suits customer. S Can fit any man. tor talc. turnouts Iar call. Nettling mi stir stable. S Surgeon Dentist, ? HARNESS SHOP Inhbhi. Wehav a Slaniord, Ky. Office over Mc Roberts' N5g Store iu the Owsley BAEBBE &CASTLEMAK H. J. I M 'ROBERTS. PIANOS and ORGANS. I am now sellintr our man, he understands nls (uclunic ib ttur You will Urol a eod assortment of IUinsms, KiI-dle- s, A.. Have uur rtMinsig tiotw by JI1, lluilding. frug THE F. I IULEY U. HII.HY. HOUSE Kentucky. BLACKSMITH SHOP. d'tcv ITopriotor. Wllliutrtnta Tiy our ho first elsst wirlc and sstisfactsr sKm. London. - - - Saletof Personalty. 1 have moved to my new Hate) md am belt ?,"?pf.'d ,hn '"'" awowmodsu ths public " L'eryattschd aad every cenveaiCBca ChronIclo-Tel-grap- h. r .Study. ments. Scientific, Classical and Special Courses ot rSchooIsof Music, Art, French and Elocution. Best teacbert employed, each a tpecialUt In her "sjwn'Department. Boarding pupilt under the direct supervision of teachers. For further informmion, address WILLIAM SHELTON, President. Ir a THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION WILL BE HELD Sept. 18th to Dec. 31st, 1895. On ground traversed by rill i pit, over "which bhermtn throw the first shell into Atlanta 31 years ago, the Exposition is last taking shape. The excellent railway facilities ol the great again. "Boston Transcript. Dobson Ono thing I liko about o is that he always stands up for his frlend-jHobson Good fellow to meet in a crowded railway carriage, eh Pear- Llto-wat. I nn annuity or Invest in railway stocks. Wot do you advise?" London Chips. "Whatluckdld you hnvo fishing?" asked tho man who had no vacation. "Tough," groaned tho lazy man. "Tho fish bit so fast that I had no chanco to enjoy myself at all." Indluuapolid Journal. Thoro were soveral young ladies in tho car returning from the mountains. Whon tho train stopped nt Nowburyport, ono of mom osclalnuM: "Oh, girls, look at tho men! This begins to look llko civilization I 'nrdly know, guv'nor, whether to buy what will you do with tliotnonoy?" "Well, P. H. IDOL Stanford Ky. LOOK HERE Seeding time is now right at hand; we have a large stock of Alsi 3sharss of stock in tho Danville A I'rab Orcbaru Turnpike. Tkhms All ajms of $10 and under cash, ovtr that amount a credit tul Jan i, 'yi, without InterS P SI'AU(, Admr. est. -j Iron Filers. 67.1m DON'T FORGET THAT Wheat Drills, Disc Harrows, Land Rollers, Com Cutters, &c., Embracing all of the most popular and approved kinds. We handle nothing but reliable and approved machinery. Come and examine Prices all right. The season is getting our stock before buying short and wc are offering special inducements to close out a nice line of Buggies and Suireys. W. I.. WITHERS, Salesman. tons vteoKiy. QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE And its connections to Atlanta, together with low railway rates, will enable the people to make a delightful trip at but small expense. The Queen & Cresoent runs superb vestibuled trains with through sleepers and carrying P rlor, Cafe and Observation Cars, from Cincinnati direct to Atlanta, passing through Georgetown, Lexington, Somer.ct nnd flarriman en route. More than too mllea shortest line. Special low reduced rates to the Exposition Ask your Queen & Crescent agent something about it'ln detail. Write to Chattanooga, Tenn. A. J. LVTLK, D. P. A., CIIAS. W. ZELL, D. P. A., - - Cincinnati, O. For free inforrr ntion and printed matter. W. C. RINEAHSON, G. P. A., - - Cincinnati. Candidate I can't Imagine what caused my defeat. Friend Tho election of your opponent, I should say. Albany Journal. "Do you boll your drinking water?" said ono Plttsburger to another. "No," was tho reply. "Wo grind It and thon fry It." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. B. IS. WBAEE1T. THE BI.L't OltAaS ifKKD OK iMflillV yuMsmmg: hAsSSsm 'ctiS5 AT McKINNKY. KY., Have just been ovethiuled and repaired fro bat. by thp f.iuou. s Two Good near loiiitotoi. ltichraend. Ind , Richmuiid City Mill Works, of and now increased, uru doing more and with capacity Ilustonvillc, Lincoln Co., Ky. than ever before, and with the old better work leliablt D V as ad miller, you are sure of uood Be su n aad brlnaus Tho heirs ol Mrs. America Itulev, deed , olfer Mur and fair treatment lor salp her two Farms, situated al ut one mile jour grinding and wn.n buying tall lor our old west of Ilustonvillc, in Lincoln county, on the and brands. Favorite ,"'w, llradfordsville turniMke road I htM- - two Farms das' listers' Choice. adjoin and taken together contain J0 acres et HArhSASUN, laud and can be divided so as to include alout 140 Accessor to K. I. Tanner A- f avorlle Milling C. home place and 100 acres in thcelh aert'v in the rr. The buildings and Imprrovt menu on eich are comfortable and substantial. I'lIi 01 the firms is wrll watered and Convenient tu go mI schools terms reasoualile. Fitle clear. aud .hurches ProprU-torsof-. Tor further inlors.ail r t . to either of us. .1 P. ItAII.h . anford. Ky , HOCKLR, llustonville, Kv. J 56 FAKTTR UL'NLAP. M l , Dan- villr, Kv STNFOUO, KY. Having bought of P W. (Jrrwi I... ..... mass and added new fuggi. nd horses, we are prepared to furnish Hlue-Gras- FOHSXIK I THE FAVORITE MILLS, Farms ul ,ii,ilri l'' - G. B. COOPER, lu... s Livery and FcedStablc, PUBLIC SALE. Good Blue-Gras- Duroc Jersey Red Swine ;V4 , . . P. H. Brnnntiph. Pror. CJ ' 'J Crab Orchard, - - Kentucky. --. Tliitt Otllce Hoy. In tho ofllco of ono of tho most scholarly lawyers Is h tlgn attached ton rolltoj) desk which peoins to throw discredit upon tho education of tho attorney In question, aa follows: "Ploaso don't throw papors on this hear Stock. desk. "Ploaso put tho telcfono book whero It bolotiK. It don't belong on thoso prein-lsos- ." m&wmzmzmi!&mi 7 Farm Near Stanford, Live Stock, Bank Stock, Crop, Farming s FIRST-CLAS- S TURNOUTS The traveling Implements, &c. The heirs of John M. and llettie Reid, deccas- ed, will, on Pigs formic fron tn hist typas of Rejittere Breeders secured from tnp best herds in several dlPcent States. Correspondence Solicited public wilt find w,,,", single or doublo, or "rum. very LOW boys in and around town will i.n PRlChS. The .i ... ri' Die to deal with. uin wuri 7.. -!- .".". '" Vm- . courts L"!.'if nUr!:,m'H9.8,u nd and v" J""" hide cared for. nLa,.'vV"e-'l':nK- On short notice. agtins. '" BtiiasWil Thursday, Oct. 31st, 1895, At the mansion house m the premises, about miles Irom Stanford, olfir at public auction, iVJ 8; Myers House Stable, Stanford, Ky. 0. 11 r'nriissru he Ey. Midland B'y, Cincliiuati and Fraiilcfort Shortest and quickest between Midland. Trains run by Central Standard Time. Time Tabid June 2, 1805. No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. TRAINS EAST. a. m. p. in. p. m. LW Frank! art A 1 00 4 00 7 00 Only Duect "Ploaso don't bothor nio. "Plcao Rotoutqulckeren youcomoln." It is ncedloas to Bay that tho desk was tho property of tho ofllco boy. Kschnugo. Visiting a I'lnce of Interest. 'HONEY LOMsES Lite Between Ask for tickets via Kentucky Frankfort, Georgetown and Paris, Oarlislo, Mayavillo, Oynthiana, Falmouth and Covington. fev lSSBBBBSW'aiSfllBsfaLfestkla. V mLl.l!Bf1tr lrli 'i , 'mZ ""771 Sk P'91'1 " "' 'l1'" JyS5BE3Lflsssv!sF f. Azr. " " " Elkhorn Stamping oround GeorgetownB... C. S. Depot C Paris 7 s8 7 47 711 4 4 is 1 so " 7 53 8 30 30 4 47 4 59 3 3S I 4S a IS 3 03 400 VfI?tMIJl.'WV rSvirJ J Jr ft. I & -- " sbbbbbB sssWnlWiilBBBlpl J J?TTrfJjsSjsstsssssBssssssssssssssi " i?l l V TRAINS-- 'WEST. No. a. No. 4. No. 10. a. m. p. m. a. m. pgg) ,iy C i,ve Paris 4 40 .9 41 6 " " !? ; i Arc C. S. Depot iu 17 Georgetown U 10 40 Stamp'K Gro'd 10 ,S Elkboru......... ljinkfort 11 16 6 4 6 13 7 03 7 7 3 33 A... ti 30 as 33 t) Truth. Warden prisoner? On which John M Reid lived at his death. This larm is well improved and is vry desirably locat ed and the land isof the hc.t quality. 1 ho imdwellini; provements coutWl ofalirge to-storas good as new aud all necessary outbuildings. g watered by five springs The farm is fruits and and haa a Urge orchard ol ot desirable variety The neighborhood is one of the best in the county, with no objectionable surroundings Tho convenience to tue churches and schools in Stanford make tho location very superior, otanford has several churches, n large ferrule college, a good tualc academy and Hour ahtnjr public school, a good mercli.nt llouriug null and is supplied with water works, electric light aud ico factory. This larm will first be ofTxrol in three lots: One of 35 acres olf uf the Northeast corner, one of 115 acres, incluJlni; improv6oients, aud one of about 50 acres South of residence and ou the oppoaite side of the read Irom the residence Then the tract v,U bo oflctt-- as a whole and the lushest aud best bid accented. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. W.F. MeKinney has possession and will UVe in showing anyone over .the farm For rthrr 'n'rjnation address Reid heirs, Stanford, y never-failin- About 300 Acros of Land, utra tho ol FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF..STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus 5200,000 23,700 "t Attention of the public invited to the fsr B on,y Bank Stanford Under the provisions of the Nationalin Bank Ac depositors are secured not only by the stock, but bv the stockholders liibihty cardial dcpos.in,. o" .,m.0,i.,i,.i ,0 thc "oek." are secured by a fund of $oo ooo pahecbndltion of th. fil wf.V. m.nIfinHef.Chy"r,0,he Uni,ea SUtes govern-- ?. government agents, thusnl"ed at stated times securing "inilona sncTperfect safety to depositor. ii,UlS,,?ut orlK'n'ly established Deposit Stanford in i3j8, then ..ed a, the National Bank of Stanford in IS ud " w"oi b'k ' re"rV cisnes, firm, and individual. 'J'y now with lacilillei for transact Inirbtu inI..nrP.d hnever before in honorable career. Account of corporations du. "R -- Ml HBBsSbssssssssssssssbsssssbBbbsIsuE f"" SUNDAY TRAINS. Leave Georgetown 10 36 a. m; arrive Frankfort o a. ti Leave rn. Frankfort 4 00 p. m. arrive Georgetown 4 30 u. m. Kentucky Midland Railway and counec The tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all .points South, Hast, ?ortn ana west their For further informiitien apply to Pass. agents. Ajrent. C. D. BEKCAW, Gen. GEO. B. 1IARPEU, Itec'r & Gen Sup, Frankfort Ky. i:cnpe. What did that woman glvo the hi Turnkey Only n plo sho baked for him hcraolf. Wanlau Groat heavens I Gat It away from lilin quick beforo ho makes a baw of t.hp crust nnd escapes. Detroit Tribune, j HIGGINS & McKINNEY, Th. Directory of this Bank is composed ol At the same time and place I will, as excutor ol the will ot lonn M. Reid, dee'd, ll nt public Forestua Iteid, Lincoln county; highest bidder the personalty of the auction to the S. T. Harris, Lincoln; stats of the decedent consisting of 7 J. II. Colhei, Lincoln; cattle, a yearling cattle, 3 milk cows nnd calves, mutes. 1 yearling filly, 1 year. J. W. Hayden, Stanford; 55 shoep, a jearll'ig Ally, 1 4 year-olsadtinR horse colt, I S. II. Baughinan.1 Lincoln; work horse, 3 brood mares, dle horse, 1 - tar-ol' J. S.Hocker, Stanford;! mule, jo fat hogs, 10 sows and 1 colt. pigs, 6o shoats.jjo bushels of oats. 359 barrels of W.A.Trlbble.Stauford; corn, 3 it'Cksolhay, 8 shares of s'ock in First M. D. Elmore, Stanford; National Bank of Stanford, is shares of stock In T. P. Hill, Stanford; Marion National Bank, larmiug implements, hnntehnld furniture. A'C. K. L. Tanner.JMcKlnney; Terms of Sale of Personalty: For all suras of Mt' V""n,Ky over thit amount a cifdit of J. B. Iloeker, Preslden1;' $10 and under, cash; four months on note with good security, bearing Joo. J. McRoberts, Cashier; interest from date and parable in bank. j. B. FOSliitt, Ea'or. fiotd A. A. MeKinney, Aut. Cashier d 8d 1 fCy 11 """ I